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Well, if you RUB your face with them, they have the potential to be an irritant AND spread bacteria. I don't know about "blocking pores" though ... :confused: Personally, I just use a bit of toilet paper or paper towel (depending on what's available) and blot my face with those, making sure to use a clean section of the sheet each time I touch my face.

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Well, if you RUB your face with them, they have the potential to be an irritant AND spread bacteria. I don't know about "blocking pores" though ... :confused: Personally, I just use a bit of toilet paper or paper towel (depending on what's available) and blot my face with those, making sure to use a clean section of the sheet each time I touch my face.

Haha, I'd laugh at any idiot who rubbed his face with blotting paper. All you do is press it on, I can't think of any logical way that it could possibly be detrimental to your skin. It only removes some of the oil on the surface.

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